Without going into detail about how it happened, I have 2 user accounts that are both admin accounts. With the one that has all of my documents, settings, etc, I keep getting the "You do not have sufficient privileges to open this folder" or whatever the message is from time to time. It seems to usually kick in when I try to install a program. One particular program is telling me that it can't access it's own preferences file because of this. I try to go in to right click on folders that seem to have the issue and change the read and write access to "everyone" or admin if it's not there. Is there some way or setting disable or change this globally so that as an admin user I don't have this problem? I'm the only one that uses this mac pro so I don't have any reason to not have access to everything. Any thoughts or help would be appreciated. And if it matters, I'm using Snow Leopard. And yes, I have tried to repair disk permissions.